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  1. #1
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    Stripped Driveshaft: Suggestions For Upgrade




    I'm running 6s (x2 3s 40c) and was doing a standing backflip. I guess the driveshafts didn't like all that torque, lol. What are you guys suggestions for reliable driveshafts at a modest price. Thanks.

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    Get the traxxas cvds. Well worth it. And get the center drives too. May wanna mess around with esc settings too, like punch control. 6s can rip this thing apart
    Merv, Sl4sh, P4de, Embe, Slash
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    Summit axles are a good upgrade.

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    Yes I recommend the traxxas steel cvd's. Well worth it

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    The Traxxas cvds will last longer. If you have the trutrack rpm arms then you will need the longer revo drive cups for the rear diff.
    I have an RC problem...

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    I gave up with Traxxas CVDs and went back to stockers. I snapped 2 CVDs in 2 packs. Stockers have lasted well over 2 years.
    " TRX3922a doesnt snap " IT SHATTERS !!!

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    Stockers or summit have a tad bit more flexibility that's why i like them.Summit axles are much stronger and a bit pricey worth it IMO. You will need four long ones though.
    Swolern try turning down your punch control it will help. Thats if you have it set to high.Remember the higher the punch # the easier on drive train. Just trying to help.

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